The way in which we repair the city is a unique way that not a lot of other companies can claim. We have been working in the city for more than 20 years on both commercial and residential properties. Properties that we have been familiar with for more than 20 years and properties that we have seen degrade over the years. Over the years we have become the largest outfit in the area, and we believe that we can speak to the shape in which the infrastructure is in.
We have seen great infrastructure turn sour, simply because the people in charge are not paying enough attention to it. Infrastructure such as sewer and asphalt degrades more quickly than people think. And while it does last a long time, and it can function during this time, it must be updated in order to prevent larger problems in the future. The fact is that we have fixed so many problems that are only temporary fixes for Seattle sewer drain service.
Fixes that will get the job done for the time being and fixes that we cannot possibly do a better job of. The problem is that these fixes do not help with the state of the infrastructure, and there is only so many more times that this can be done before larger problems come up in the future. A future that is very much in the hands of the people in charge. A future where people can get things done and help the city recover in terms of structural integrity.
Helping understand the bigger picture
The bigger picture is that we need to do something about this quickly, sooner rather than later and that our job will not only get easier, but we will be able to charge less for our work. Now we don’t’ necessarily mind that we are being called out to fix problems that can be fixed for good, that does great things to our bottom line, but we would rather have these problems fixed in the future.
It is up to all of us to preserve our great city and a big part of that is repairing infrastructure. Our work speaks for itself, and we are the best in the area in terms of asphalt and sewer, and because of this we have the authority to tell people that the time to act is now. Write the people in charge and let them know that in order for everyone to have a better time in the city, that it must be repaired now.
In the meantime, all we can do is our best to service both commercial and residential areas, projects big and small and do what we can to preserve an infrastructure that is crumbling before our eyes. Join us in the fight to save our city by not only continuing to give us feedback, but also to help those in charge wake up and understand that the time to act as now. If we don’t do something soon our city may be unrecognizable.